While the flood of June, 2014 may seem like a distant memory to some, the process of dealing with the aftermath only recently has wrapped up.
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Town council agreed Tuesday night to officially dissolve Fort Frances Non-Profit Innovative Homes Inc. (FFNPIHI).
The corporation initially was patented on June 16, 1994 to facilitate a condominium housing construction project here.
An article in yesterday's Times contained an incorrect spelling of the first name of a member of the Muskie mixed curling team.
In fact, her name should have read Daffini Chabot, not Daphne Chabot.
The Times regrets any disappoinment this error may have caused.
Town council will be deciding sooner than later whether to help sponsor the 2018 OFSAA curling championships to be hosted here March 21-24.
While the OFSAA curling committee had made a formal budget request to council in late September, it's possible the 2018 budget process may not be finalized until April or May of next year.
The local winners have been named in the Fort Frances Lions Club's annual peace poster contest, who now will be sent on to the “district” level.
The winners were Abbie Kenny (Fort Frances High School), Joyce Wu (Robert Moore), Shya Lee Johnson Luoma (J.W. Walker), Camile (St. Francis), and Gracie Smith (Crossroads).
The honourable mentions for each school included:
Put on your best plaid shirt and load up the car for a trip because Fort Frances High School is set to stage its annual fall musical revue, this year entitled “Country meets City.”
The show promises to be an entertaining night of popular songs telling the story of a group of “country kids” trying life in the big city.
Knox United Church here once again is looking forward to welcoming Canadian fiddle champion Scott Woods and his band on Wednesday, Nov. 29 at 7 p.m.
For the first time in this area, the group will be presenting an uplifting show that celebrates the Christmas season with the wonderful sound of two fiddles played sweetly in harmony in a traditional old-time style.
The Northwest Training and Adjustment Board (NTAB) is asking employers to help it better understand the issues and challenges facing their respective businesses.
And they can do that is taking the 2017 Employer One survey, which can be found online at ntab.on.ca
The holiday season can be a whirlwind of activity so why not enjoy a day of calm before the storm?
The Rainy River District Women's Shelter of Hope is hosting an all-day women's holistic health retreat on Saturday, Nov. 25 at the Copper River Inn.
A new photo initiative is “focusing” on what it means to be Métis.
Called the Métis Art Gallery Program, the local branch of the Métis Nation of Ontario is urging district residents to take photos that they feel represent Métis culture.
Photos can depict people, food, nature—the sky's the limit.